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Hunger Games: Grab Your Tickets and Meet a Few of the Actors in Scottsdale

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Attention Hunger Games addicts: your chance to grab tickets to the Hunger Games film and meet a few of the film's stars is coming sooner than you think.

If you're willing to stand, sit, or camp in line, the odds might be in your favor.

Tickets for the March 23 midnight premiere will be on sale February 22 at 10 a.m. at the Harkins Theatres' box offices and online

Fans have been gearing up for the first of the three films -- based on the popular trilogy by Suzanne Cullins -- and have been drooling over scenes from Director Gary Ross' post-apocalyptic and game show-inspired world released in previews and Super Bowl trailers

​And to the glee of die-hard fans, film representatives announced that talent from the movie including Liam Hemsworth, Leven Rambin, Dayo Okeniyi and Jack Quaid, will be at Scottsdale Fashion Square's Microsoft Store on March 7 from 4 to 5:30 p.m..

     

The first 100 fans who line up in advance on March 7 will receive wristbands and access to a signing event with the actors. 

After the event, the Hunger Games crew will head to the Rotunda at Barneys for a Q&A from 5:45 to 6:45 p.m..

Leading up to the signing, the Microsoft Store will also be holding a raffle for a wristband and a limited-edition Hunger Games PC. To enter, visit the store between now and February 29.

Game on.

Note: This post has been updated to include updated and accurate information about the actor meet-and-greet on March 7.

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